Air India, Vistara Sign Interline Partnership To Help Domestic, Global Flyers
The partnership will enable flyers to book their flights on either airline and, seamlessly get access to several domestic destinations as well as international destinations.
ND24 Web Desk | Published : 2023-05-03
Vistara has announced a bilateral interline partnership with Tata-owned Air India, which is expected to benefit customers by providing them flexible travel options.
According to the agreement, the passengers will be provided their boarding passes at the start of their journeys, and they will be able to fly both airlines on a single ticket.
Vistara said that the agreement will allow customers' baggage to be checked in through to the final destination.
Vistara and Air India already have interline cooperation for irregular operations (IROPs), which enables the two airlines to offer services to customers on each other's flights in case of operational disruptions. Vistara also has interline through check-in agreements with 43 airlines including British Airways, Lufthansa, Air Canada, Singapore Airlines, United States Airlines, and Swiss Airlines.
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